The UK didn’t get this badge though it might have got an identically specified car under another label. This is a Euro-market, Mondeo CLX.
Unfortunately I did not get close enough to the object to a) take a better picture or b) inspect the tailgate. From a distance I could see no clues as to whether this one could have been a 1.6, 1.8 or 2.0 litre version. There are certainly people out there who are intimately familiar with the engine and trim variants of these cars. That is not me.
However, it is the UK and German market where the interest and expertise exists in sufficient numbers so that someone will collate the information and post it somewhere accessible. In Denmark I don’t imagine there is a Ford Mondeo spec nerd who has collected a brochure for every year of this car’s sales life. I am nearly tempted to undertake this as a public service. It’ll cost me about €20 to get the brochures… am I really that curious?
While I tend to view the UK and ROI markets as normative, this is certainly not a justified point of view. The correct view is that a car called the Mondeo with a wide variety of spec levels was sold with a varied set of corresponding trim designations. Wikipedia claims that the Netherlands and only the Netherlands got a version called GT. The CLX seems so be what as sold in the UK as the LX.
I’d really need a set of UK brochures and a Danish market brochure to back that up. I can reveal the car has rear head restraints meaning it is higher up the pecking order than boring old unmarked base. Bearing in mind that that Denmark’s vehicle import taxes are rather high, this might be a peculiar Danish combination that doesn’t correspond to a UK market model.